WCGU: Conservation Groups Sue Federal Agencies Over Lake O Releases

"High volume releases of nutrient-rich and blue-green algae-laden water from Lake O last summer led to massive algae blooms along the Caloosahatchee River, in local canals, and in the river’s estuary. And this all happened as a prolonged red tide bloom persisted along the coast.

Now, three conservation groups are suing three federal agencies for what they say is a failure to address harm to Florida’s endangered species being caused by the releases.”

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